Domoto Tsuyoshi

Tsuyoshi Domoto

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  • First Name: Tsuyoshi
  • Family Name: Domoto
  • Native name: 堂本剛
  • Nationality: Japanese
  • Gender: Male
  • Born: April 10, 1979
  • Age: 40

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Tsuyoshi Domoto

Domoto Tsuyoshi

  • Name: Domoto Tsuyoshi
  • Native name: 堂本剛
  • Nationality: Japanese
  • Gender: Male
  • Born: April 10, 1979
  • Age: 40
Tsuyoshi Domoto (堂本 剛 Dōmoto Tsuyoshi) (born April 10, 1979) is a Japanese idol, singer, actor, singer-songwriter, composer, lyricist, television personality, writer and illustrator. Along with Koichi Domoto (whom he has no blood-relation with), he is a member of KinKi Kids, which is a Japanese duo under the management of Johnny & Associates.



Born in Nara, Domoto joined the Japanese talent agency Johnny & Associates at the age of 12 after his mother sent in his application without his knowledge. Domoto and his bandmate Koichi Domoto first worked together as backdancers for Hikaru Genji, who were holding a concert at Yokohama Arena, and has since then been partnered up for magazine photoshoots, music acts and drama projects. The duo starred in their first drama together called Ningen Shikkaku in 1994, in which Domoto was awarded Best Newcomer in the Television Drama Academy Awards.

Together with Koichi Domoto, he eventually made his debut in 1997 as KinKi Kids with a double release of a single "Garasu no Shōnen" and an album A Album, both of which went on to sell more than a million copies.

On May 29, 2002, Domoto released his first solo single "Machi/Dekiai Logic", in which Domoto penned and composed all the tracks himself. In 2006, Domoto had begun to release his solo work under the project name Endlicheri Endlicheri. However, he renamed his solo project from Endlicheri Endlicheri to 244 Endli-x (pronounced "Tsuyoshi Endorikkusu") in 2008.[5] He announced that he would go on his first concert tour as 244 Endli-x soon after, which began on March 29, 2008 at the Yokohama Arena and ended in Sendai on May 8, 2008. Domoto once again changed his solo project name in 2009 to Tsuyoshi (剛紫) and simultaneously released a single and an album on April 10, 2009. On the same year, he released another single "Rain" on September 9, which topped the Oricon Single Weekly Charts.

After more than one year and a half, Domoto finally released his 9th single on April 6, 2011, titled "Eni wo Yuite" which The track was recorded at shrines believed to have connections to Nara's entertainment and music industries, is a love song to Japan.



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Drama
Year Title # Role Rating
2014 Platonic
Japanese Drama, 2014, 8 eps
Young man (Main Role)
8
Young man
Main Role
7.6
2013 Tenma-san ga Yuku
Japanese Drama, 2013, 10 eps
Hokai Tenma (Main Role)
10
Hokai Tenma
Main Role
6.6
2009 Kaette Kosaserareta 33pun Tantei
Japanese Drama, 2009, 4 eps
Rokuroh Kurama (Main Role)
4
Rokuroh Kurama
Main Role
7.8
2008 33pun Tantei
Japanese Drama, 2008, 9 eps
Kurama Rokuro (Main Role)
9
Kurama Rokuro
Main Role
6.5
2004 Home Drama
Japanese Drama, 2004, 11 eps
Isaga Shogo (Main Role)
11
Isaga Shogo
Main Role
8.3
2003 He Is My Ex-Boyfriend
Japanese Drama, 2003, 10 eps
Kashiwaba Toji (Main Role)
10
Kashiwaba Toji
Main Role
6.7
2002 Yume No California
Japanese Drama, 2002, 11 eps
Yamazaki Shu (Main Role)
11
Yamazaki Shu
Main Role
8.1
2001 School Teachers
Japanese Drama, 2001, 11 eps
Sakuragi Sentaro (Main Role)
11
Sakuragi Sentaro
Main Role
7.7
2001 Mukai Arata no Doubutsu Nikki: Aiken Rosinante no Sainan
Japanese Drama, 2001, 10 eps
Mukai Arata (Main Role)
10
Mukai Arata
Main Role
8.1
2000 Summer Snow
Japanese Drama, 2000, 11 eps
Shinoda Natsuo (Main Role)
11
Shinoda Natsuo
Main Role
7.8
1999 To Heart
Japanese Drama, 1999, 12 eps
Tokieda Yuji (Main Role)
12
Tokieda Yuji
Main Role
6.6
1999 Kimi to Ita Mirai no Tame ni
Japanese Drama, 1999, 10 eps
Horigami Atsushi (Main Role)
10
Horigami Atsushi
Main Role
8.0
1998 Ao no Jidai
Japanese Drama, 1998, 11 eps
Azumi Ryuu (Main Role)
11
Azumi Ryuu
Main Role
7.4
1997 Bokura no Yuuki
Japanese Drama, 1997, 10 eps
Takeru (Main Role)
10
Takeru
Main Role
8.1
1996 Kindaichi Shonen no Jikenbo 2
Japanese Drama, 1996, 9 eps
Hajime Kindaichi (Main Role)
9
Hajime Kindaichi
Main Role
8.3
1996 Wakaba no Koro
Japanese Drama, 1996, 12 eps
Aizawa Takeshi (Main Role)
12
Aizawa Takeshi
Main Role
8.3
1995 Kindaichi Shonen no Jikenbo
Japanese Drama, 1995, 8 eps
Hajime Kindaichi (Main Role)
8
Hajime Kindaichi
Main Role
8.3
1995 Ie Naki Ko 2
Japanese Drama, 1995, 13 eps
(Guest Role)
13
Guest Role
6.9
1995 Second Chance
Japanese Drama, 1995, 12 eps
(Main Role)
12
Main Role
7.8
1994 Ningen Shikkaku
Japanese Drama, 1994, 12 eps
Oba Makoto (Main Role)
12
Oba Makoto
Main Role
8.7
1993 Karin
Japanese Drama, 1993, 151 eps
Honma Yoshinori (Support Role)
151
Honma Yoshinori
Support Role
5.0
Movie
Year Title Role Rating
2018 Gintama 2: Rules Are Meant To Be Broken
Japanese Movie, 2018,
Takasugi Shinsuke (Support Role)
Takasugi Shinsuke
Support Role
8.4
2017 Gintama
Japanese Movie, 2017,
Takasugi Shinsuke (Support Role)
Takasugi Shinsuke
Support Role
7.9
2005 Hoshi ni Negai wo
Japanese Movie, 2005,
(Main Role)
Main Role
6.5
2005 Fantastipo
Japanese Movie, 2005,
Haiji (Main Role)
Haiji
Main Role
7.1
1992 200X-nen Sho
Japanese Movie, 1992,
(Main Role)
Main Role
6.5
Special
Year Title # Role Rating
2017 Bokura no Yuuki SP
Japanese Special, 2017, 1 eps
Takeru (Main Role)
1
Takeru
Main Role
7.9
2005 Last Present
Japanese Special, 2005, 1 eps
Kanzaki Kenji (Main Role)
1
Kanzaki Kenji
Main Role
7.3
1997 Kindaichi Shonen no Jikenbo: Shanghai Ningyo Densetsu
Japanese Special, 1997, 1 eps
Hajime Kindaichi (Main Role)
1
Hajime Kindaichi
Main Role
8.1
1995 Kindaichi Shonen no Jikenbo: Yukiyasha Densetsu Satsujin Jiken
Japanese Special, 1995, 1 eps
Kindaichi Hajime (Main Role)
1
Kindaichi Hajime
Main Role
8.3
1995 Kindaichi Shonen no Jikenbo: Gakuen Nanafushigi Satsujin Jiken
Japanese Special, 1995, 1 eps
Kindaichi Hajime (Main Role)
1
Kindaichi Hajime
Main Role
8.2
1995 Second Chance Special
Japanese Special, 1995, 1 eps
(Main Role)
1
Main Role
7.8
TV Show
Year Title # Role Rating
2014 KinKi Kids no BunBuBoon
Japanese TV Show, 2014, 175 eps
(Main Host)
175
Main Host
9.6
2004 Shin Domoto Kyoudai
Japanese TV Show, 2004, 454 eps
(Main Host)
454
Main Host
9.3
2004 Nakai Masahiro no Black Variety
Japanese TV Show, 2004, 400 eps
(Guest)
400
Guest
0.0
2002 Domoto Tsuyoshi no Shoujiki Shindoi
Japanese TV Show, 2002, 335 eps
(Main Host)
335
Main Host
8.8
2001 Domoto Kyoudai
Japanese TV Show, 2001, 168 eps
(Main Host)
168
Main Host
9.1
1996 Utaban
Japanese TV Show, 1996, 658 eps
(Guest)
658
Guest
9.2
1996 LOVE LOVE Aishiteru
Japanese TV Show, 1996, 214 eps
(Main Host)
214
Main Host
9.5
1986 MUSIC STATION
Japanese TV Show, 1986, 1328 eps
(Guest)
1328
Guest
8.9
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